|A long-awaited assessment of potential biomarkers for detecting early ovarian cancer shows that blood levels of the CA-125 protein remain the best predictor of the disease. But if there is to be any hope that screening will reduce deaths from this disease, then more accurate markers would have to be developed, researchers concluded in the March Cancer Prevention Research. Read more > >|
by Drs. Galen Cole, Barbara Powe, and Brad Hesse
|Communication experts from the American Cancer Society, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and NCI discuss how to take advantage of new communication platforms to make progress against cancer. Read more > >|
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